June 19, 2024

When it counted most, the Buffalo Bills turned things up.

Bills head coach has been suspended.

After an unsatisfactory start to the season and the firing of Ken Dorsey, Sean McDermott’s club turned things around and proved they were still among the AFC’s elite teams.

The Buffalo Bills heated up just when it counted.

Sean McDermott’s team turned things around and proved they were still among the AFC’s elite after a difficult start to the season and the sacking of Ken Dorsey.

der to defeat the Miami Dolphins and take the top slot in the AFC East Division, the Bills mounted a late-season comeback that guaranteed them at least two home playoff games.

Notably, after two road losses in the playoffs, they will be hosting the Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes for the first time, making this one of, if not the most, important games of the Josh Allen era.

That’s why star TE Dawson Knox wants Bills fans to be at their best and loudest behavior when they welcome their conference foes on Sunday.

Talking on Good Morning Football, Knox talked about how important the fans were and how the team usually rallies and feeds off their energy, urging them to get loud and give them a helping hand during this must-win matchup:

Knox remarked, “You people are more influential than you can possibly realize. “I want you to speak as loudly as you can when you arrive at work on Monday; I can assure you that it will make a difference.”

Over the last five years or so, the Chiefs and Bills have been involved in a number of instant classics, but this one may be the most significant.

With the Chiefs offense faltering and them playing at home rather than in the intimidating confines of Arrowhead Stadium, the stage is finally set for Allen to overcome his opponent.

They now depend on the supporters to get them over the finish line.

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